2006-04-14

Historical Society Honors Art Contest Winners



The Garden City Historical Society proudly announces the winners of its first annual Children’s Art Contest, “Landmark Buildings of Garden City.” Our congratulations to Julia Lepetit (first place, High School), Michael Bucharski (second place, High School), Franklin Dickinson (first place, Middle School), Joe Pelter (second place, Middle School), Laura Beckstead (Honorable Mention, Middle School), Alex Ostermann (first place, Grade 2-5), […]

Derby Night



Lots of fun was had for the Scouts of Pack 7 this past January during their annual “Derby Night” which was held at Stratford Middle School. Each car, of course, was unique in it’s own way and ready to roll. As with any race, there were winners and there were losers. The winners of the evening in each group and […]

Garden City Senior News

Senior Employment Help

Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), funded under Title V of the Older Americans Act, assists income-eligible individuals who are 55+ and wish to return to work. We provide retraining and assistance in the job search. Call us at 227-8988 for more information about “The Way to Work.” Volunteers Needed Become a member of a national organization of volunteers! The […]

Cathedral Congregation Creates A Palm Screen



Have you ever wondered how that huge screen of palms is put together for Palm Sunday services at the Cathedral of the Incarnation? Well, members of the Cathedral congregation of all ages found that out on Saturday, April 9 by working together to create the magnificent palm screen that was placed behind the main altar. First the palms had to […]

Upcoming Art Exhibits At Adelphi University



March 2006-Adelphi University is pleased to present the upcoming gallery exhibitions beginning in April 2006. “The American Teenager,” a photo essay by Robin Bowman will be on display in Adelphi’s Ruth S. Harley University Center Gallery, 1 South Avenue, Garden City, NY, from April 2, 2006 through April 25, 2006. An exhibition of work in a variety of media by […]

Sign Up For Yoga



Take advantage of the upcoming, wonderful days of summer by taking a yoga fitness class that will tone up your body and make you feel great! Yoga with Jean Aronoff will have class on Wednesdays starting July 5th and continuing for 9 weeks until August 30th. Each session will be held from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the Stewart […]

Winthrop-University Hospital Seeking Volunteers



Winthrop-University Hospital is seeking volunteers to assist staff and patients in various departments of the Hospital. With a commitment of as little as a few hours a week, volunteers can help make a difference in the lives of many patients and families. Men and women of any age are welcome to apply. No prior experience is necessary – all that […]

Tips To Help Parents Plan Easter Baskets



Easter can be a difficult time for children living with diabetes, one of the most common chronic diseases in school-aged children. Often, it’s considered a day to indulge in seasonal sweets, and the temptation can be a challenge. With some creativity, parents and caregivers can plan an enjoyable holiday that won’t leave children living with diabetes feeling deprived. Winthrop-University Hospital’s […]

Friends Of Music Reschedules Student Showcase



The Garden City Friends of Music has rescheduled its popular Student Showcase ” From Chopsticks to Chopin” to Sunday, April 30, at Gardener Hall in the Garden City Community Church from 2 to 4p.m. All Garden City students in K-12 are invited to perform. Soloists, duets and trios are welcome. Get a few musically inclined friends together and have a […]

How To Become A Notary Public



Adult Education is offering a 1 session seminar which will inform you of what you need to know to become a Notary Public. No matter where you work, every business needs a Notary Public. So, this is your chance to become an even more valuable employee! You will stand out from your co-workers by adding this to your resume. The […]